VLANs on KLANG Processors – Overview
:fabrik & :vier
Click here to learn about how to configure the Dante Switch Configuration on KLANG:fabrik and KLANG:vier
:kontroller, :vokal, :konductor
Click here to learn how to configure the internal network switch of KLANG:vokal, KLANG:konductor and how to integrate KLANG:kontroller in a setup with separate Control and Dante networks/VLANs.
Separate KLANG Control Network from DiGiCo/Waves Network
In order for the KLANG DiGiCo remote to work, a computer with KLANG:app is required as the bridge between the DiGiCo console and KLANG hardware. Hence, the computer needs to have a network connection to the DiGiCo console and also to the KLANG hardware.
Standard network setup
The standard network uses one network adaptor and simply connects the console, the computer running KLANG:app and the KLANG processor as well as additional KLANG:apps or :kontroller for personal mixing to the same network.
Separate KLANG and DiGiCo Networks
In some scenarios it is advantageous to keep the DiGiCo console network and the KLANG network separate. This can easily be achieved by using a computer with two network adaptors, e.g. by using an additional USB Gigabit adaptor.rnrnReasons to keep the two networks separate might be one or more of the following:
- KLANG control network is also used for Dante
Waves is used on the DiGiCo network and should kept separate from the Dante network